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"waikato" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"waikato" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"For all of you in for me as well. I mean i've been thinking about this a lot over the last several months. My first day at mma fighting was march twenty third in the world was shutting down like it was almost completely. Shut down like everything. Was cancelling. there were times in twenty. Twenty where i thought okay. I accomplished this goal of achieving my dream job and getting to work for one outlet full-time in in a website that i've always kind of picture myself working for in doing what i love to do. And i'd be lying if there weren't a few anxious days and nights wondering if that phone was going to bring that things had changed but the The pandemic and everything. Just there's unsurety across the board. And i think a lot of your felt that too and had that phone rang would have been totally justified. The new kid on the block but luckily that did not happen. And i've been able to do this. Show and between the lanes and onto the next one and reimposed by shows throw twenty twenty. And it's been an absolute honor to do so with that said it is christmas eve. I'm feeling festive. And we have a fun show this week. So let's run down the lineup and we'll say hello to our first guest on the final updated. What the heck of two thousand and twenty will wrap things up with raphael physi- by spoke to him this past friday following his first round knockout win over hanoi waikato. Ufc two fifty six performance. And this without a doubt is a fighter we have to keep an eye on heading into two thousand twenty one. You'll hear that chad at the end of the program. A man who entered himself into the submission of the year conversation on the final card of the year for the ufc. Jimmy flick will join us. Flying triangles cody dirt in the first round at ufc. vegas seventeen. He gets the tap huge debut for the brick excited for that. Conversation should be a lot of fun. Speaking of festive speaking positively speaking of personality later on you will hear from a fighter that of personifies. Excuse me all of those traits and more coming up in around twenty or so minutes. Amanda he will join the show for the first time..

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"waikato" Discussed on CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

06:21 min | 5 months ago

"waikato" Discussed on CodeNewbie

"How much time do you spend on the podcast verses practicing on your own. What does that look like. So i am retired. Which is a good time to learn to code. Gotten obviously more time bit. Will you don't realize when you retire. Is how efficient. You're going to become I drink coffee till eight. And then i exercise. I'd probably start doing anything productive by like one in the afternoon. Then i gotta catch up on facebook stuff. So i don't get a lot done in the mornings. I tend to work on the podcasts towards the end of the week. And i give myself like i'm allowed to do whatever i want. The no silla cast is every other week. Bart is on that show and he does a segment called security bits. So that means. I've got like forty five minutes to an hour of content created by him and me that i don't have to rate up front on the weeks he's not on. I have to write all of the content for the show so the show is scripted. I do blog posts. I i don't know five or six thousand words a week while we're the blog and then that's the format of the show so every other week. I have time to play with programming and every other week. I don't what i did do. Was i started watching less. Tv after dinner. You know. Go upstairs. And i start. Coding and i was really surprised to learn that. I i completely understand second down road bill and your mother's basement programming anonymous realizing five hours have gone by surprise me because i didn't think i'd be that kind of person but i'm just. I did a blog. Post called a programming is my happy place. Because i can just go there and and you know what. There's no politics when you're programming. There's there's no more there's no sickness. there's nothing like that to worry about. Just trying to figure out that loop get that loop to work Yeah absolutely so. Where did tutorials come in if they did. Was that a big part of your learning process. No no not at all. I haven't really done much on that at all. I mean i might be looking for a specific problem and accidentally run across the tutorial. But i don't have any sources that i go to for that. I should mention that. One of the reasons i've been as successful as i have. Is my friend. Dorothy who i met on the elliptical at the gym. She is a thirty year programmer but doesn't know javascript. But she's taking programming by stealth. So she's doing the homework at the same time and trying to learn at the same time but she has this massive background in programming. I must be helpful. Oh it's awesome and she's really patient with me when i'm just like understand it's also been helpful the html and css stuff seems easier to me like we're doing a lot of bootstrap stuff to make things look pretty but that for me and hard for her but the javascript easy for her and hard for me so while every seventeenth time. I'm actually helping her. The sad part is where i learned. The most was on the elliptical is every other day we would meet up. And i would talk about what i was stuck on an in. We wouldn't be looking at code. We would be talking through it you know. How would you attack the problem in. Let's gone because we're not on the elliptical next to each other anymore and that's the thing i've lost the most programming buddy right next to me we you know we do some scope screen chairs and stuff. But i don't know it's not the same so tell me about the emotional side of orinda. 'cause i don't know about you but for me. I was really surprised at how emotional laws at how frustrated i god and how you know stupid. I felt at times how excited i was. When things were ordered just felt like it was so many ups and downs. Did you go through anything like that. Or what was it like to to code in terms of your feelings. I was able to articulate that after listening to z. Frank on code newbie call. He talked at one point about the valley of despair and it was the perfect freeze and then ultimately. There's always just some moment where you just get smacked in the head and that that can come in a lot of different ways. And i remember very clearly you know not being able to access some command ryan like i would call it and it would just return nothing and then you're in that canyon of error trapping and sort of despair the just that grinding of changing punctuation. Doing whatever you can and you know oftentimes for me. Anyways there would be some situations where i would be able to solve those problems in some situations where i would realize that was in a space that was either unsolvable or probable for me in which case i would have to reimagine what the end product was. I mean i'll work on some incredibly trivial little piece. And i don't want to just ask dorothy because i should be able to do this. It's like i know it will see it and it's not a typo kind of problem. It's i don't know how to do it. And i like to think about it. Like i run or i used to before it was allowed to go to the beach and run anymore. And there's a certain psychology that. I run into an exercise. Where when you're running well like you're just running like the wind. You feeling strong. Psychologically my brain says you're never going to do that again. You'd better enjoy this. This is the last time you're running that good and when i'm running poorly and feel like on my legs are made of cement. My brain says yup. You're too old. You're too fat you're ugly. You're never going to run again. And i run into the same thing with programming. Is i think i can never do this. I'm not smart enough. I don't know how to do it. And then one day i'll have just everything works but i never believed that's going to happen again. Right another reason. I went into coating. I'm friends with a woman named Doctor maryanne gary from the university of waikato who does research into memory and research has shown a correlation between not getting alzheimer's and learning to do something that's very difficult for you and mastering. Oh and so. I decided to pick a programming. And in some of the early days. Where i was just convinced i would never be able to do this. I'd have my head on the table. i'm just. I'm terrible. I suck. I'm stupid this is awful. I would sit up and say maryanne said it's supposed to be hard. Would work on it again so. I'd better not get alzheimer's. 'cause i'm.

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New Zealand gun law changes to be announced within 10 days: PM

BBC World Service

04:15 min | 2 years ago

New Zealand gun law changes to be announced within 10 days: PM

"Week in New Zealand and the country is still stuck are struggling to make sense of the mass shooting at the end of last week in Christchurch two mosques, which fifty people were killed counter-terror. Police have searched two homes in north West Australia where the main suspect grew up as that investigation continues. New Zealand's Prime minister just into Dern says her cabinets has agreed in principle. She says to toughen the country's gun laws. She said reforms would be announced within a matter of days. I think an incredible that we've been able to bring together the information needed for the principal decision. That's already been made. Now, it's about making sure some of the details and implementation work is prepared. We are of one mind we are absolutely United as a cabinet. So what kind of changes coming? I asked Alexander Gillespie professor of international law at Waikato university in New Zealand. I think it's likely what you're going to have is a ban on semi automatic firearms. And the reason we will do this is because most of the countries indicate similar atrocities like in Britain or like, an Australia. The magnitude of the mass shooting means that the parliament has to act, and it's likely that will now follow that path. I wonder why it hasn't been done before. I mean, I think Australia did it. Well, a couple of decades ago. Didn't they know the close ties between Australia and New Zealand was they're not public pressure for something similar before this attack on Friday. I think it's a combination of a number of things Kiwis tend to believe that most of the bad in the worldwide happened to them we live in a very beautiful part of the on the earth, but also gun laws tend to be very really precautionary. Like, even though you can see the risk. You have to wait for an atrocity or a massacre before you will actually be prepared to wait. And in the light of the atrocity more willing to parliament will be to actually do what's needed to be done. It's made slightly easier and the Commonwealth countries because we don't have a right to firearms people have illegal privilege, but when the risks are so great and the body count, so large. It means that there's a lot of momentum to finally achieve the change. That's needed. We have heard already from people sell guns, essentially, the gun industry gun lobby in New Zealand opposing reform. How far will their voices carries? You think in this debate? Voice won't be loud. And it's been loud previously. But historically, the debate is being and the nine hundred ninety s in the early part of the twenty first century was about criminals having firearms, and the debate could always be deflected because the the legal person had the firearm and the answer the for was to control the criminal, and the modern taking more separate after Christ's church. This was lawfully purchased by Manu had license who was an entry level license. Go on and by the five how did the complete change of context means that because he could do what he did lawfully people now want to restrict that platform and the support for the restriction appears to be across party. So both liberals and conservatives are coming together on those. There must also be serious questions being asked about the country's security services who perhaps fell prey to some of that optimism about New Zealand's relative, safety and security. So you're talking about miss being present among citizens. New Zealand had a before this incident. We we was second most peaceful country on the planet. According to global peace index we had a low tier rating and we had a homicide rate by fire about teen per year. And so we were despite being quite quite high. That's right. And so we were quite complacent that nothing was a real risk to us. We followed the international trend and we've been part of the war on terror. So we spent a lot of our effort and teens of millions of dollars training jihadis and New Zealand we've been focused on gangs, and we've even be looking at Mary separatism as a route to terrorism, but the real problem when it finally hit us was the fire. Right. And even though. People had voiced concern about this and the security services. Head not noted it. It was never a priority was always at the end of the list. Now, I think that will be completely turned

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Christchurch shootings: NZ cabinet backs tighter gun laws

BBC World Service

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Christchurch shootings: NZ cabinet backs tighter gun laws

"Week in New Zealand and the country is still stuck are struggling to make sense of the mass shooting at the end of last week in Christchurch two mosques, which fifty people were killed counter-terror. Police have searched two homes in north West Australia where the main suspect grew up as that investigation continues. New Zealand's Prime minister just into Dern says her cabinets has agreed in principle. She says to toughen the country's gun laws. She said reforms would be announced within a matter of days. I think an incredible that we've been able to bring together the information needed for the principal decision. That's already been made. Now, it's about making sure some of the details and implementation work is prepared. We are of one mind we are absolutely United as a cabinet. So what kind of changes coming? I asked Alexander Gillespie professor of international law at Waikato university in New Zealand. I think it's likely what you're going to have is a ban on semi automatic firearms. And the reason we will do this is because most of the countries indicate similar atrocities like in Britain or like, an Australia. The magnitude of the mass shooting means that the parliament has to act, and it's likely that will now follow that path. I wonder why it hasn't been done before. I mean, I think Australia did it. Well, a couple of decades ago. Didn't they know the close ties between Australia and New Zealand was they're not public pressure for something similar before this attack on Friday. I think it's a combination of a number of things Kiwis tend to believe that most of the bad in the worldwide happened to them we live in a very beautiful part of the on the earth, but also gun laws tend to be very really precautionary. Like, even though you can see the risk. You have to wait for an atrocity or a massacre before you will actually be prepared to wait. And in the light of the atrocity more willing to parliament will be to actually do what's needed to be done. It's made slightly easier and the Commonwealth countries because we don't have a right to firearms people have illegal privilege, but when the risks are so great and the body count, so large. It means that there's a lot of momentum to finally achieve the change. That's needed. We have heard already from people sell guns, essentially, the gun industry gun lobby in New Zealand opposing reform. How far will their voices carries? You think in this debate? Voice won't be loud. And it's been loud previously. But historically, the debate is being and the nine hundred ninety s in the early part of the twenty first century was about criminals having firearms, and the debate could always be deflected because the the legal person had the firearm and the answer the for was to control the criminal, and the modern taking more separate after Christ's church. This was lawfully purchased by Manu had license who was an entry level license. Go on and by the five how did the complete change of context means that because he could do what he did lawfully people now want to restrict that platform and the support for the restriction appears to be across party. So both liberals and conservatives are coming together on those. There must also be serious questions being asked about the country's security services who perhaps fell prey to some of that optimism about New Zealand's relative, safety and security. So you're talking about miss being present among citizens. New Zealand had a before this incident. We we was second most peaceful country on the planet. According to global peace index we had a low tier rating and we had a homicide rate by fire about teen per year. And so we were despite being quite quite high. That's right. And so we were quite complacent that nothing was a real risk to us. We followed the international trend and we've been part of the war on terror. So we spent a lot of our effort and teens of millions of dollars training jihadis and New Zealand we've been focused on gangs, and we've even be looking at Mary separatism as a route to terrorism, but the real problem when it finally hit us was the fire. Right. And even though. People had voiced concern about this and the security services. Head not noted it. It was never a priority was always at the end of the list. Now, I think that will be completely turned

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"waikato" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"He is basically a boxer at this stage. My Connell is an absolute killer at this point the number one prospect in this division by far. He's also this Hollis. He's definitely the biggest I've ever seen in this division in. So this is a I mean, this is in Brazil is although in Brazil, but my condo is at the same time in. So the size advantage is without question. The reach is going to be the key to this fight. Look, although has the power without question in my condo. Does not Mike is a point fighter. He is a volume fighter. He is going to look to keep this fight at distance and stick and move it and knock it caught by Josie Aldo at this point in as long as he can do that. That which is of course, a lot easier said than done the size should be just too much here. And again, a seen this narrative floated out here that you know, Aldo is likely to win round one Waikato probably going to win the third because of the cardio problems that Aldo has without question shown in the past. And so it's likely to come down to that second round. And so if you can get, you know, a one round fight, you should always take the underdog money here. I don't see that being necessarily the foregone conclusion the longer this fight goes, it certainly is going to favor. Why Kana so, you know, a first round that is I think this fight if you do about my Connor is going to be a little hairy, especially you know, the first couple of minutes of this fight should be the best Josie. Although looks as long as he can quote, unquote, weather that storm being why Conohere he should be able to keep this fight at distance in absolutely volume punch and kick everything at you know, to death for Josie Aldo. So really really McConnell is next level. He's been pegged as a future championship contenders. Since. He's really came into the UFC. And this is without question. The biggest fight of his career, and I really do feel that he will get this job done. I mean, the over in this at two and a half certainly does make some sense here is just about my aunt astute twenty. But that kind of shows you everything you need to know. I really think you're getting a little bit of a discount on a guy like my condo in the situation be can never come out Josie Aldo. And so I do understand why this is a very close closely lined fight. But it would definitely what the up and comer McConnell just too much too much volume being able to stick and move by hasta avoid getting caught. And that's one of the things that we kind of touched on a little bit on our podcast segment a couple of weeks ago where you get the people that that book and schedule these matches are not morons. You've got my Conohere who is an up and comer elbow Jose, a very high name recognition guy, but does appear to be on the down slope of his career. So this is one of those name winds that would look good next in Waikato. The question is does Aldo's sort of, you know, veteran know-how. Eat will kind of equalize the playing field here. I mean, sure. Yeah. We talked about this last week as well. They don't you can't count veteran craftiness at at this stage of his career though. There's no doubt he is a worse fighter than he was. I mean, that's just no father time is undefeated in the fight game. Just as much as any other sport in the world McConnell is just I believe is going to be too much the size. I've you know, when people who aren't maybe familiar with a guy like we're not doing what kinda when they see him in that octagon next to a gallery, even at way ins, I think it's going to be really eye-opening here. And so you can never count. Although that there's no doubt about that. You shown that and is in his last fight a Mykhailo is just a I think he is too fresh too young too big in the long as he has his head on straight with a good game plan of wine to take this decision victory in not try to do too much especially late where he could leave himself vulnerable to to that right hand of although even late with the cardio issues..

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"waikato" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"You know, what the dudes favor book in the bible is Deuteronomy dude or outta me. Right. I like that. They have it there at the bar. So what was I going to do? Oh, yeah. You're still recovering from your crushing defeat from your fight might fight ended. So quickly you've been concussed you have multiple contusions. Yup. To compound fractures, one in each arm for some reason. But you didn't tap out. You took it. You took it like a champ Mace. Okay. I'm gonna ask you a totally random question. What you got can you dance? Yeah. I can dance. Well, yeah. My grandma Marianne Puerto Rico taught me when I was a little boy is that right? Yeah. Learn how to fight. Cool to know how to dance when you're in a third grade, brother. So that's one of the things I did in El Salvador's. I learned how to dance dance the night away. I I did I learned how to salsa you knew who taught me how to tap dance. The great delay hill. Really? Yep. One of the best answers in the world. By the way, he was in the original cast for bringing the noise bring in the funk get out of here. I didn't know this. Remember, the taxi number the black man that was delay. Wow. I had no idea. Thus right, man. Delays the match how do they hill? He's on vacation right now him and his beautiful new wife. They got a baby coming without delay Hills, California boy now east coast, he loves the Lakers. Nice. So what's your dance? But what's your go to dance move? Is it you bite the lip or do you? Let the. Don't bite the lift that's such a lot of Waikato might the massacre. White guy thing a lot of white guys by the lip. You gotta have the loose relaxed jaw. I've got the confidence. I just actually tweeted out. It was only on Instagram. I just tweeted out my dancing. Okay. Is it salsa? Is it muttering gay is it what is it salsa? Okay. Good base one. Yes, exactly. That's the base. So my grandma on the third grade taught me the Maranghi. Yup. Which you go. Oh, that sounds really cool. And I'd go. Yeah..

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"waikato" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on 710 WOR

"With Pete McCarthy. Double header at MetLife stadium this week of sorts Saturday. The jets home against the Houston Texans. And then the giants on Sunday against the team that what's caused called Houston home that now the Tennessee titans. So the end zones they will leave them blank. And you won't have team law goes on the field the way that they make it work over there at MetLife stadium, but a double header and the giants at least God of alive for the play offs about a one percent chance. But hey, chances a chance says they'll be hosting the titans this weekend. And we bring on right now Patricia Sharona who covers the giants for the athletic. Patricia. How are you tonight? I'm great. How are you Pete? Everything's good over here. So as we decided that the news update Odell Beckham junior officially out on Sunday now with this quad injury. Is there concern it's more serious than just the Bruce? Now that he misses a a second straight game. Well, here's the thing with bruises Pete. You gotta be careful with them. Because sometimes what'll happen is you get swelling. Under me, you'll get a pool of blood. And I think the thing you have to be careful you have to watch wars you have to watch and make sure that you don't get any quality. You know, not saying that that's what is going on with Odell. But I think it's better to be safe and sorry, and let us being fully she'll get it. You know, a little further along the where it probably is right now than to potentially risk God forbid him getting a quad. It can cause bigger problems. If the giants were say in that really in that playoff mix. The think there's a little less caution with Becca. I think they are in the playoff mix, mathematically eliminated. But again that said, you gotta be careful. I mean, this decision a matter of Odell simply just having pain and just say, oh, you know, what I don't feel one hundred percent. I'm not going to go. I mean, no player at this point in the season plays at one hundred percent feeling you know, one hundred percent groovy if you know what I mean? So I think I think this is just more or less a concern. Because like you said with with confusions, you gotta be careful that they don't share what inside your way or whatever part of the body, they exist and God forbid that you know, you get a clot. And it breaks off and goes to your or your brain. Now, you've got bigger problems. No doubt about it. And again, we're talking about Patricia athletics. So you understand some cost-shift from the giants here. And then they had the titans and again without Beckham. If they put up thirty plus points, again this week, you know, this question's going to be coming on Mondays about the giants offense without back and putting up some big offensive performances. I know I'm probably asking a week early. The Redskins were banged up last week. But it's while we don't how talented Odell Beckham junior is. But is there any reason? Maybe why the giants up it's Mike perk up a little bit even without their star receiver. Well, yeah. Because they have you know, the playoffs are still on the line eight, you know, slim chance they probably won't get in. But like you said they're still mathematically alive, but they need to take care of business. They need to take care of what they can control and what they can control the game. That's in front of them. Which is the titans as far as the offense goes, the think that? Saquon Barkley the big game against Washington. And he was clearly the number one option for the giants is that something that could carry over. If they have another good offensive performance here against Tennessee without Beckham being on the field. Oh, absolutely. I mean, you know, right now, they got that running game humming. The offense from wind has done a great job it's walking and opening holes. And and you know, what we have to Kwame Barkley in the lineup. And he's and he's as hot as she's been. Now, what that does is it discourages a team from you know. Leaving an extra defender back in coverage. So you create a lot of one on one situations because now you have to bring a defender up closer to the box to potentially stop Barclay if he gets ball. So it it just has ripple effect across the board. And it's created opportunities for sterling shepherd for the titan Ingram the other receivers. And and it's just you know, it's nice to see the giants. Offense doesn't have to rely on one guy as it has in the past. You know, and it was it made it easy for defenses for deep bench is to shut them down. Is that something that either going into next year? You think could be notable for the giants in terms of you know, they don't have to force the ball to Beckham. He doesn't have to be the number one option and that by being this run first team. Maybe this is what they envisioned all along when they took Barkley. But we're finally seeing it in the back after the the year that I just. Release pressure on that entire passing game. Right. Oh, absolutely. I mean, you gotta think Eli manning is loving the fact that he doesn't have to throw the ball, you know, upwards of forty plus times a week. You know, it's funny because I asked Eli about that this week. I said how are you that you don't have to throw the ball as much as you were the first half of the season. And you know, why is Eli? He's like, oh, I'll do whatever I need to do. You know, it's not a big deal. But I got I mean, you know, if you're thirty eight years old or going to be thirty eight years old and you throw in a lot of passes. I think he's thrown well over thousands of passes in his career, you know, if you can get some of that onus off to where you don't have to pitch the ball. You know, thirty forty fifty times a game. I think any quarterback would sign up to that in a heartbeat and the protection is obviously been better as well. As you mentioned the offensive line opening holes for the run game. They're protecting. Eli a lot better as well. Is there anything you can point to as a turning point? For this giants offense of wine this year. Why did they finally got the right combination in there? But you know, another thing that is really big is I look at the left side and played Nate solar has has improved the left tackle. And that is how to trickle down on we'll Hernandez the rookie the two of them working together. Like they've been together for years and then over on the right side, your mom Brown has kind of you know, a big improvement as far as the run blocking those. Chad Wheeler has has held his own. But I think the biggest thing is that the giants are using more twelve personnel. Which is too tight ends and one money back. I reversed as one running back tight end. And what that does is it gets wet. I was saying it gets Scott Simonsen on the field and the two of them have gotten better in their blocking. So you throw all those elements together. And now all of a sudden you have an offense to wind. It can protect a quarterback in that can open up holes for the running game. Now, it's been far better. The giants have won four of five and scored thirty points or more in three of their last four and thirty had been kind of a dirty number for the giants over the years, the one that they had a tough time. Reaching you mentioned soldiers improved play what's his status going into Sunday. Well, he was he showed up on the injury report today with an abdomen issue. But he's not on the final report. She so he is considered probable, but you know, as we kind of learned last week with Odell. Yeah, let's wait and see let's get through Saturday and see what happens. But no, I think needs to live will be okay, I need I spoke to him on Wednesday. So, and he, you know, he's really, you know, good after I didn't think. Me stood up. He was bending around. So, you know, I don't know exactly. What happened? Why that suddenly popped up? But I think he's going to be good to go. All right. That's good news for the giants now for the optimistic fans that are still looking at the playoffs as you mentioned still possibility what are some of the other big digs the giants. Need to have happened this week and beyond just beating the titans. You talking to for me perspective. Yeah. What what you're looking for rooting for because it's a mess in the NFC. Yeah. Yeah. It's kinda I it kind of is there's a bunch of things that have to happen. And I'm just going off memories here because I I don't know all the mathematics involved. But if I'm not mistaken, I think they need terro Mina the eagles the Vikings to lose at least two games. And I think we may have to lose at least one game. And the and the giants would of course, have to win out in order for them to get in. But you know, it's it's a lot of stuff, you know, to have happen. Ideally, you don't wanna leave you your playoff fate in the hands of others. But you know, that's what a one in seven start. We'll do for you. And you know, even if the giants don't get in this year, the the fastest there. They've got a better record that they're trending upwards. They finally look like a functional football team. That's something. I think China paeans happy feel good about. About you know, date, gentlemen, Waikato people in the past, you know, to spectate cattleman to have gotten everything six to one off season after years and years a badge rap and personnel decisions that was unrealistic. So give him another year another op season. I think the giants will be even better than they were the seer. Now have to think it's been beneficial for the for Manning's chances are coming back next year to. Yeah. I think so, you know, it's I I'm working on a piece actually now about how they can get them back on tap it. But you know, what you gotta look at the options. And if you look at the free agency class really not a lot of attractive options out there. You know, people say, well, what about teddy Bridgewater? Gotta remember that the saints traded a third round pick to get teddy Bridgewater. I'm not so sure they're gonna let him get away so quickly. And even if they do, you know, I I gotta think teddy Bridgewater is gonna wanna go someplace where he can be a starter as opposed to, you know, sitting behind you I manning. So I do think E Y. We'll be back next year unless he decides to retire. That's always the wild card that nobody's really talking about. But you have to consider and as far as whether or not they draft the kid is it really is going to depend on where they end up in the draft. I think right now they're they're scheduled to draft night. But obviously if they keep on winning they're gonna drop lower and lower..

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"waikato" Discussed on Forever Ago

Forever Ago

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on Forever Ago

"From DIY to smooth riding polyurethane wheel skateboarding is constantly evolving. But what's next we asked our listeners to imagine the skateboard of the future. And here's what they had to say. I skate when I jumped over Feng balcony games fixes. Hovering skateboard like just one that completely off the ground. That'd be the greatest thing ever. If you hit like, a crack, you'll fall and just stop because I have a lot to me just transform turn into serve board. And then he's a hover board. It turns into a backpack maybe air conditioning when it's hot button don't want it to have spiky wheels. So I can go through the dirt, and it can turn into summering or a boat or even a car. Whoa. Though sound Oxfam. Well, what type of futuristic skateboard? Would you want Minna? I would want hover board that could hover obviously and hover board that kid fold into a jet pack. So I can just go flying everywhere. So you're just always flying. Just always in the air the school flying to the gas station day get junk food and gas for your hover boards skateboard flying cafe to get hot chocolate. That's so neat. Yeah. I was I think, you know, in the future these skateboards in these hover boards and things like what technology would be like with those as well. You know, because I'm thinking about like if you could like type into it. And it can kind of just Dr either wherever you wanna go still hovering and still backing like something like that. And just teleport everywhere. Yeah. Yeah. Teleport on skateboard hover boards are super fun to think about but for a lot of people skateboarding is about way, more than skateboards themselves. Yeah. It's a way to make new friends or hang out with old ones. It's a from Bill to connect which is the subject of Tali Williams research get this. He's escape boarding, professor. I'm a PHD candidate at the university of Waikato and a research fellow at the university of southern California's Annenberg institute of sports media Desailly, but in the end skateboard, professor sounds pretty cool. That is pretty cool was call you doctor skateboard too. Yes. That'll be coming soon. So we've read about how you do something cult skateboard diplomacy, and we have a lot of questions for you Minna. I'll let you take the lead. So what exactly is diplomacy while to make it simple Monette the best way to think about it is when you go out skating at the skate park, you meet new people and you want to make friends all the time. Right. Well, the same thing happens with governments governments in different nations wanna make friends with other governments and the United States wants to be friends with France France wants to be friends with Brazil. And so that's diplomacy is in a nutshell is making friends with people all over so that it's good for both parties. So how do you combine skateboarding with diplomacy? One of the best examples as what we worked on with Cuba's. Kate we brought boards back and forth to the kids who are in Cuba, and we bring professional skaters back and forth between the US and. Cuba. Now that might not seem like a big deal. But the US in Cuba do not have the best relationship right now. So what we're doing is using skateboarding as a way to still make friends with all of the kids that are there, even though our governments aren't talking. There's no skate shops on the island. Nothing from America has really allowed to be in in Cuba. Even though you can go to the store and pick up new trucks wheels. They can't so how do they get all their gear for skating? Well, they rely on people coming down to Cuba and bringing boards and bringing trucks and wheels..

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"waikato" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Back, Robin Seattle. Hey, rob. What's on your mind? Hey, tom. This is rob Waikato's longtime listener from longtime ago. Great. Thank you. Yeah. I wanted to talk about, you know, people that are not speaking up like one of the main fall guys for the ride is always George Soros. You know, he's supposed to be funding the caravans now I have never seen. George Soros on any new show over talk show. I don't even know what he looks like. And I consider myself pretty well informed. Why is he not coming out in refuting the right? I mean, if people don't speak up because the minute you the minute, you re Bata, you you start a whole new news cycle, and you actually strengthen the meme, you know, but the reality is this was a Republican member of congress or candidate for congress, Matt gaetz. I think his name down in Florida who came out and said this, and it's a flat out lie. It's just a complete lie, and it's being echoed now it's bounced all over the right wing echo chamber. It was echoed on FOX, so-called, news, etc. But you know, this is just. Another racist line. Of course, George Soros was not born in the United States is born in Hungary. He escaped he he survived. The holocaust. He came to the United States after World War Two is over and made his fortune. He's a rags to riches story, and you know, made his fortune principally trading currencies. And he does give millions of dollars to progressive causes principally what he calls the open society project, which is to which is encouraging small d democracy and other countries, which is one of the reasons Victor in Hungary, which is where sources originally from is really going after him because Viktor Orban's has killed democracy in Hungary, and and then of course, sources Jewish and and that's the that's the principal. Subtexts? I mean, it used to be the Rothschilds who I don't think are even Jewish but their name kind of sounds that way. Right. But Soros is definitely Jewish and he's rich. And and yeah, he has given money to some democratic politicians or causes or whatever. But but he is nothing. Compared to Shelley Adelson or the coke brothers or who's the guy and his Rebecca and Robert Mercer who funded Trump. I mean, you know, there's a the DeVos family, you know, worth billions and billions of dollars. I mean, but what I'm saying is what I'm saying. Is couldn't go on some of these news shows and refute the claims of the right? I mean, if they're telling lies about him. Why is he not speaking out because the minute here the minute, you say, no, that's not me. No, I didn't do it. Then they say, well, what did you do, you know, where did you? And didn't you? I mean, it's just I it. When somebody tells an absolute lie about you, rob. I mean, yeah, the Soros's organization has rebutted this with by press release, and it that rebuttal is I've seen it included in articles in both the Washington Post and the New York Times. So it's making it into the press. But he's not going to go on TV, and, you know, be provoked by by a crazy right wing. Lying sack of. Republican excrement down in Florida. You know, it's the there's there's no need for it. It seems like they've silence. No, I you know, he's just.

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"waikato" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Two. James O'Keefe, it Project Veritas is continuing to really do important work, exposing the deep state in this case, exposing liberalism and liberals where they are hiding and getting them to admit their activism and corruption. And this has been a months long project. This latest reveal and it's being totally covered up by the ballsy story the cabin story. So I wanna spend just a few moments because I o Keefe and Project Veritas, they really need encouragement and a bunch of a bunch of Atta boys because there's nobody else doing what they do. Abby. It's as such a replaceable. And I just want to recognize them for all the hard work. They're doing it's pretty risky. In fact, what it is is sixty minutes kind of journalism, but aimed at the left now, sixty minutes with their hidden cameras in this kind of stuff from decades ago trying to expose fraud wherever they found it. None of that ever happens aimed Democrats are the left so Keith and his group have done exposed acorn blue acorn up. The Obama community organizing group, so we'll get to that here in just a second Monday night football. I tuned in to watch it. Just not during the anthem was after the game. It started. In fact, it was probably forty five minutes an hour after it. Oh my gosh. There's a Monday night game on. The football season normally have been in there watching the pregame show and getting into it and so forth. But when the anthem stuff started last year, it just as I said that at this day wave of sadness swept over me that the left got its hooks into this now, and they're going to corrupt it and football isn't ever going to be what it once was. It's certainly not going to be an escape. From anything. It's it's it's it's gonna lose. What is the most precious thing about sports? You know, what that is? The most precious thing about sports is that it used to be. The one thing in life. That you could invest total passion without consequence. As we grow older and mature and have things happen to us. Sometimes they hurt us. Our guard goes up. Oftentimes, people shrink into themselves, and they are less outward forthcoming and honest about who they are because they're afraid of being cut down to size chop down disrespected laughed at whatever it's a common human trait. I wish it word is common as it is. But it is so people retreat within themselves. They do not reveal themselves for fear. Somebody's not going to like it. Somebody's gonna laugh at them or insult them or somebody. They really love is going to reject them. So they. But with sports, you don't have to worry about all that you could root for your team Waikato banshee, you could you didn't have to hide anything about your phantom for your team baseball football. You name it. And that's what's gone that has one. That's what's been taken away. From football because it's been replaced now as as. Just the latest enterprise in the American culture that is being used to advance the democrat party's political agenda, or they leftist socialist agenda and who wants to participate in that. I mean, even if you're a leftist socialist, but you haven't like football when there might be some of those. It's just. It's just gone. So I don't religiously. Tune in anymore. And I certainly don't watch it the same way that I did. But I did tune in Monday night when I remember there was a game on and I just I can't tell you. But watching it was the bears and the Seahawks. Nothing against either team here. I'm just saying what I was sitting there watching it. I got the feeling. That nobody was watching this. I don't know why just an instinct. When I tuned into Seahawks had the ball. And Russell Wilson the quarterback was having troubled. But I didn't hear a lot of crowd noise at in here. A lot of excitement I didn't see a lot of excitement. I stuck with it ten or twenty minutes in and out. But I just had this knowing suspicion here. It is Monday night. This is ESPN which has already shed so many subscribers because they have allowed liberalism to corrupt their operation. So I'm just thinking nobody's watching this..

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"waikato" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on No Jumper

"Is lit right by when you live the young people gomez which right in oak people gomez me because it's like okay what's the new stuff i let me see the new stuff what is odd is going on i was just do being selfish you hear what you're saying blow yakking mess it no so i feel like that's would be i gotta ask you this question did you really feel this white boys xbox man i don't even know him no i was only taking from the as take it from me and only reason i was taking only because they only was was the money there for those who don't know that like dj dentist a whole interview with some waikato's just t grizzly stole my bucket xbox no i still as boxes although they still apple products meg books left types i pays apple iphones audit i wouldn't to xbox box give xbox here right now one hundred bucks sixty dollars new as by still about getting sick so in this popped up online this was a complete surprise to liz he was calling the phone so many times the business was you up i finally let me see let me talk to the fans because it's the business one is on my instagram so he get on the cool stuff he gets crazy i'm just funny there's going to be entertained from our page you'll be okay you expose them he ended up going viral.

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"waikato" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"You will bonding to another caller who uh made reference to uh a it'd be a pain you know that she couldn't believe that the people uh the football players who had kneeling uh you know because when you keep you know fought and died for their like khalil and you have respond by saying uh you weren't sure if it was that simple you know yeah soldiers fighting you know not a troop uh are just out there fighting you know for you know the chemicals right can you and you know for them you know uh had the right to act in idiot and that is true they're not fighting for any of that you know whenever uh you know we're on the field or you know uh any calls core given uh you know are fighting for the person next to us you know and it's always been there i mean from my point of view it could never you know uh i'm fighting for you know the morals and you know for the right you know everybody back home you know to make an eighty it up completely over you know uh going through something you know uh with uh you know these waikato were dying for you know it's always for the personal next with a man it sorta archenemy uh whenever i hear you know a lot of us avail you uh if say uh you know uh per dying and you know they're dying for you and their diet to your right dan you know i mean it's not that simple you know enough you like uh bat and sort of point of view and uh you know line of logic is just huge for political gaining you know for you know propaganda reasons you know whether no i i totally get what you're saying and what i was saying to that woman you know the the soldiers overseas are fighting and dying but they're not in my estimation fine fighting and dying soviet cohen caper near can wear socks boots say copter pigs uh they're not fighting and dying so bunch of uh you know five bureau pet showing children uh good uh happened to be very good a playing football arkin cetin thrower hissy fit um i would hate i could not uh.

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"waikato" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine i love football i don't like getting played for anything ratings are down viewership is bound merchandise returns or or at a record high and you know what they earned every bit of that reaction from the fans they certainly did anything at all that would bring you back this year gm in dallas jim thanks for waiting i appreciate it how you doing jim i would say in tashkent about yourself now i'm doing good thank you well i there's nothing due to ever bring me back i'm done with them but here's what i'd like to see them do every time so any by takes a me they need to flash on the east only trunch in the stadiums and all national twoday away play of that michael why on video showing an going in they a fifty dollar box of cigars and at a rough at up a quirk it because you know anybody that thanks it there's been any kind of police brutality at obscene videos there's nothing on that i will disarray and a least all the way to police hail at stuff what needs to be done is a black man a teenage to face facts there psychotic in out they deserved what they got and i need to move on well luck um you know our you know i have immediate family in law enforcement both at a regional on the federal level are we sort of a black sheep going to our law school so i see it from both sides uh no one is gonna you know these these these knuckle protesters in all the white cops her out hunting young black man now the white cops route they're trying to do their job so they can go back home to their wives and kids and pathos dog in the head and throw a hamburger on the grow and want sure a little tv be before they go to bed and start all over again well it's all a great big black delusion you know the if they looked at the videos if they looked at the fact that they look the trial transcripts they actually it's not white racism it's black way schism yeah waikato lost his job he was doing the why tang up there.

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"waikato" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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"waikato" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A guarantee if they wish that way give a lot of competition for a guy who try to hit the ball out apart k it jerry your garrett maybe ever to get those guys who are really good hitters but they tradeable they are the gap hitters okay f trying to get was so woods you would you would have and you would have a lot of new kias guys on your team no yeah guy art and that's your call that that's it that's a good discussion you know that that's a good discussion i mean what the giants have to look at is their offense stinks and has stunk for a while and they had superior pitching that covered for it and now the the pitching is not superior it's still pretty good service starting pitching it still is you know their quality starts as six inning outing with three runs for less their quality starts are among the league leaders in that the ball ten is undergoing a transition and that was going to happen anyway because all those guys had pitched longtime you'd had lopez viewed had multiple closers you add atheltes you know that these these these guys are new you're trying to find her cory guarantees and ochre tsen hunter strickland since you know and contos and all those guys and the bullpen sows good as it's been but they don't score and not score runs is a problem but i called you bring up a good point if everyone's going for the bothers get as many billy hamilton's waikato nunez's and play different style and take advantage of the cavernous spaces okay you know my if that's where the giants wanna go and posey's the only tale dragor the goal haul hogs speed and quick this and all that stuff but you better of guys are all hitting over three hundred and also guys need to walk they need to walk and fill up the basis that that's the other part of it the johnston will do either those things so but it's good i mean that's it that's why we have the show that's why we have those type of discussions it's wise sports is interesting they've got a problem and how they address it is going to wait to.

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"waikato" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:03 min | 4 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The iheartradio top trending songs now hear them all on iheartradio of peniasi a motion passion piece is news talk 1130 wins there's one oh man on this earth who really truly gets it socialism does not have as its purpose the creation of good paying jobs socialism has as its purpose the redistribution of wealth socialism is a political doctrine that seasons on an economic doctrine capitalism as an economic doctrine it is the only model compe pat about what constitutionalism it is the only model compatible when liberty mark levin is on the radio weeknights at nine on destocking added dirty wins said healthcare you would said we're trying to do too much too quick has republicans were running through stop sides we need to bring this to an end the house bill is dead in the senate waikato holes in comparison to happening now in the meantime no collusion no obstruction leaker but we want to get back to running our great country holy cow logo showing against the answer no one else does yes revolution two sean hannity information on more inspired solutions for america he felt it clearly that loretta lynch was giving cover to the clinton campaign where she can answer that i would have and queasy feeling tunes to be candid with you i think we need to know more about that and there's only one way to know about it next to have the judiciary committee take a look at that i'm getting queasy and i don't feel very strong in all it makes me nauseous the nam the fbi director by only been stronger could still have been walked out on a minute was lowered on young believe it anyway eight hundred nine four one sean if you wanna be a part of the program on the extravaganza so many different issues now implied did james colmey himself break the law in other words we went over eighteen u s c four and did he have an obligation of thought there was obstruction to report it to the justice department regardless of eat thought weeks later that there was a possibility jeff sessions the attorney general would recuse himself then we bring in another law into the mix which is actually getting even more fascinating.

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"waikato" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"They had been lines have spoken out saying that the shirt is being devalued and more galland himself was candid enough to say maybe ever so slightly it has but all what the values the shut robbers if the lines don't compete in the test series if that blown away all your blacks because the preparation hasn't be good enough so this is what gatland's steering his drafting in place to go on the bench tonight to make sure the test plants on saturday don't have to play tonight they can rest up and be in fine fettle come the weekend new feel that if the lines big if we're not first test in auckland than gatland's decision what we fully vindicated and briefly chris the waikato chiefs can they make it one three lost three for the tourists today while the slightly denuded paul i am open school up because the opposite your blacks are preparing for that i as on the mario blatty who were so well beaten by the lines on the weekend so a few of that applies paid for the mary so are available tonight they were the super bowl champions in twenty twelve in 2013 it's a proud heartland of rugby here in why cata but you feel it's it's time for these lines midweek place to deliver on they can really do that if they win tonight christians thanks very much will it's the start of royal ascot today the first of five days of racing and we're going therefore to tips 340 number sixteen marsha and then the five thirty five number 22 elizabeth darcy moreorless get in and out from now thank you rob on saturday morning j rain once again presents a feast for the is the niece series of the kitchen cabinet on bbc radio four he you'll never be in doubt the dinner is coming my panel ride hard across the uk seeking up for got regional dishes and embellishing the with the latest food science presented by the food writer and critic j raina chief and cucumber you radical radical fake no reaction whatsoever to soysal's killing place whatever yourself threatening cheese with the trai the kitchen cabinet returns on saturday morning at ten thirty on bbc radio four great look at the weather hot ferry halt in the south and the last little fresher in the north east the time.

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"waikato" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Gave them the money at the quest the investigation was into with a barclays either paid them a a fees that were not properly disclosed just side face to assist the fundraising or whether in fact barclays gave them the whole amount of money which was been gave back in by buckley shift the detail on that will come out later in the day the the investigation has lasted for five years and it's not the end of a barclays this a separate of financial authorities investigation which has just been reopened this separate civil suit from a very interesting person quote amanda stabia businesswoman who is at the heart of this fundraising he's claiming one point two billion in damages from barclays for her role in it and on top of that we don't yet know what america's department of justice might do on the back of beautify fundings dominic o'connell thanks very much we'll have more of course a little bit later twenty robinson rubber bullets hit with the sponsors israel nick thank you for goal tennis and still the world's most famous gulf who provide i headlines this morning with england under21 football of progressing in the european championships tournament with a two one win against the vaca they play hosts potent on thursday a win would get them into the law as for out already of the queen's cup tennis championships however britain's number to call edmund of a threeset defeat by canada's dennis shapoval of that today andy murray begins his attempt on a sixth queens title against british numberfour addi as bed and a and the tiger woods has revealed via social media that he's receiving professional help to manage has medications as he battles to return to fitness following a full back operation would you made a member was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence last month but will turn out a rugby union the british and irish lands and the match today against the waikato chiefs their final fixture before saturday's first test against the all blacks those selected for today are unlikely to feature that at the weekend amongst them flanker.

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"waikato" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"waikato" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time five twenty four the fourday wbz accu weather forecast with meteorolgist jacob waikato and your average afternoon temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s going from sun to clouds in in the showers arrive as we head into the time our tonight keeping showers in the forecast overnight falling into the low fifty tomorrow back to the gray skies dreary damp just not a good day over all within east wind tend to twenty five miles per hour afternoon highs in the upper 50s even cooler for tuesday with rain in the forecast fifty two four afternoon high on tuesday but we are seeing improvement heading into wednesday mid 60s going from clouds to sunshine in the afternoon on wbz tv meteorologist jacob wyckoff forget you busy radio ten thirty forty nine degrees in avon we have forty six and pepper all fifty five in cambridge here in boston gray skies fifty two degrees fog cbs sunday at one shot at this guy astuteness jeans then cis los angeles naval criminal investigative service know their mission cox on define we need to go into cover no noticable running editor no no limits gonna look for this there's no book for this don't miss cis los angeles via sunday or stream it live or on demand wbz news time five twenty five that means it's time for commentary from nights sides dan ray heavier i heard about the newest crusade of the farleft cultural appropriation the social justice warriors of the american left had decided that white people should not old.

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